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vanity (s) (noun), vanities (pl)
1. Excessive pride in one's appearance, qualities, abilities, achievements, etc.; character or quality of being vain; conceit: The failure of being elected was a great blow to the politician's vanity.
2. A lack of real value; hollowness; worthlessness: Marge's cousin is experiencing the vanity of a homeless person who cannot find a job.
3. Something that is worthless, trivial, or pointless: The preacher's sermon was about the vanity of collecting worldly goods instead of focusing on a more spiritual life.
4. A wide, counter-like shelf containing a wash basin that is often equipped with shelves, drawers, etc., underneath: Mike hired a carpenter to put a new vanity in his bathroom which would include a cabinet built below or around a bathroom sink, primarily to hide exposed pipes.
An excessive pride in one's appearance or abilities.
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An abnormal pride regarding one's appearance, abilities, achievements, etc.; a character or quality of being vain or conceited. (1)